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I'm so PUMPED for it. Can't wait!
If anyone has a spare ticket for sale please PM me!
My friend puled out actually. Have asked a couple of other mates if they can make it. If not, I'll post here again and you can PM me.
2 spares for this. If anyone's interested let me know.
Only a few more house to go. Am PUMPED!
Been listening to Past Lives on repeat. Such a good tune.
I'll go mental if they play Hatchet Job, but I'm pretty certain they won't.
Any idea of Bitch Magnet / Hot Snakes stage times?
so i'm sure they'll be ace in london. they played all the 'hits'!
Bitch Magnet 8:45
Hot Snakes 10:00
How sure are you of those stage times?
The doors are at 7pm on the ticket. 1hr 45 seems a very long time to wait for the first band...
regardless of how many bands are playing or length of set times.
7 / 8.45 / 10 is correct.
Out of interest how come you don't just pick a decent unsigned band that would play for free? Just logistics and/or extra expense for sound engineering?
we would ever ask a band to play for free.
Exactly. Headlingin bands at The Garage usually come on no later than 9:30.
and they were GREAT (bar the encore, but you'll be spared that tonight)
It's what ATP say on Twitter:
Wow. Just wow. What a band.
They truly are the underlords of the downstroke.
They played Gar Forgets His Insulin! Plenty For All sounded lovely.
Was talking to the woman selling the Bitch Magnet merch and she said some people have waited 20 years to see them. Yeah...I didn't get it. They looked like they didn't want to be there. Maybe that's their thing though. Don't even think the mics had been turned on either.
I also liked how someone in the audience got a laugh out of Gar by yelling, "BASS SOLO!"
I've also never heard 'Jehu' said by so many people in such quick succession as when they came on for the encore.
Christ, what a bore. Seriously, who liked them?!
Hot Snakes were ace. Hits. Prefered Leeds as a night though, more down to venue/support bands than performance tbh. Sierra Nevada/Anchor Steam - £2 something in Brudenell, Red Stripe - a £gugillionbigillion in the Garage. London sucks!
If Credit's What Matters... was brutal. Mystic Decade, Ben Gurion and Suicide Invoice were killer. John Reis looked like he was having a great time and Obit's voice is just ridiculously good. My one criticism was the sound, which was a bit shit, particularly the vocals which were too quiet. Overall it was amazing though, big thanks to Beepz for hooking me up with a ticket
Did they have pre-recorded audio that they were miming too, or was the drummer doing it? Either way, quite amusing.